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This image appears to show the new adidas Sweden Home shirt, to be worn throughout 2014.

The German manufacturer's second kit for the Swedes, since the two organisations' partnership was reestablished, is in the usual yellow and blue (yellow shirt, blue shorts) with the shirt embellished with blue roundneck collar and cuffs and a blue bar across the chest, complemented with a red pinstripe.  We believe the cuff also carries a Swedish flag motif and there is a slim blue stripe down each side of the body.  We should also expect the horizontal stripe across the upper back - standard amongst adidas's new international kits.

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Sweden take on Portugal in the World Cup playoffs and this shirt seems likely to be worn in those games - judging from the match details on the chest - and expect to see it in Brazil, should Ibrahimovic and co defeat Cristiano Ronaldo and his colleagues.

Thanks to Antonio

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Comments (7)

  1. Guest

I went to BCU this year, they're too cheap to sponsor anybody!

 
  1. dan brown

i hate to admit it, but i couldnt fing the acorns logo without the acorn O. :cry::

 
  1. dan brown

*find not fing

 
  1. Mark H

i think you have some good designs, and i like this one a lot, but two things:<br /><br />one: why are people insistent on making up sponsors for shirts? <br /><br />two: why would BCU sponsor a football team?

 
  1. fsc

Thank God, shorts are blue!!!!!

 
  1. fsc

Adidas keeping it classy once again. Well done; get 'em boys! Heja Sverige!

 
  1. fsc

Reason for blu shorts, same as Brazil will be allowed blue shorts, is that they are not dark! Germany couldn't have dark (shorts) with light top and Scotland cannot have light shorts with dark tops.<br /><br />Ridiculous if you ask me.

 
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